I like be cafe Guyanese for lunch Every time in am in NYC and in Soho , I walk to No-Lila and have lunch there It's very boho , organic , great crowd and usually amazing service This time the host was great , he...More
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I went for dinner with my housband in July and we absolutely loved it. The location can't be better. The place is cool, cozy and romantic. The waiters were beautiful, must be models. Food was super nice, I'd recommend the cous cous, avocado on toast,...More
Atmosphere: a bit snobby when I went for breakfast, they don't accept cards, and circled "gratuities not included" on my receipt when I went for breakfast. However, the waiters at lunch were much friendlier. Love the avocado toast and the salad with hearts of palm...More
I almost don't want to say too much about this spot as I lov the fact it is discreet and frequented by locals rather than tourists. If I am in the neighbourhood I always pop in for a coffee and I really love it here.
Such a fantastic little gem - it may not look like much but it packs a punch for good value - tasty eating. Lovely NYC vibe without NYC prices!
Highly recommended by many of my friends i went there with great expectations but was disappointed with their brunch. Small portions but high prices. Smoked salmon and baked eggs were really dry and so were the waffles with fresh fruit.. Coffee is good though.
Cafe Gitane holds a special place in my heart since it was my first date with my husband 18 years ago. I'm delighted it is still there but not surprised. It is a very stylish, very intimate cafe in a very walkable downtown neighborhood. Great...More
Went there for a quick dinner a Thursday evening and had a unpleasant experience. Got a table for two and ordered chicken Satay and my wife had a veg-burger and we both enjoyed the food. Asked for the check and paid. Left more than 10%...More
This was not our first time at cafe Gitane...but I won´t go back there anymore. Last week we went for dinner and I had a Cous Cous that was overcooked. My husband had the baked pasta, that was dry and hard, and burned on top....More